Positions : contemporary artists in South Africa / edited by Peter Anders and Matthew Krouse on behalf of the Akademie der Künste and the Goethe-Institut.
- ISBN 9781770098893
- Publicerad: Auckland Park, South Africa : Jacana Media, 2010
- Engelska 291 p.
- A big step: abject bile and revolt in the work of Lesego Rampolokeng / Andries Walter Oliphant -- Chimurenga: communal yard for sick heads / Ashraf Jamal -- The bounds of the expressible: Zapiro and political cartooning in South Africa / Jane Duncan -- Paul Grootboom and the quest to reroute South African theatre / Kwanele Sosibo -- The political, marginal and sexualized nature of black masculinity / Boyzie Cekwana talks to Rodney Place -- Uprooting & re-routing the Afrikaner male: Peter van Heerden's abject performance art / Megan Lewis -- "I dreamt I saw a large herd of cattle" / Nandipha Mntambo talks to Anthea Buys -- Twin brothers, twin towers and digital dichotomies / Yunus Vally -- A staccato movement of expansive and neurotic individuals: Robyn Orlin's search for the expression of contemporary dance / Matthew Krouse -- Living memory: GALA, gay and lesbian memory in action / Shaun de Waal -- Artistic work with and in space: urban geographer Ismail Farouk analyses the logics of inequality / Cara Snyman -- I'm an outsider in Jo'burg: Kudzanai Chiurai and the pains of exile / Percy Zvomuya -- Forms of power and powerlessness: photographer Guy Tillim researches perceptions of reality / Sean O'Toole -- A cinema beyond escapism: Khalo Matabane visualises the unsolved problems of South Africa / Zingi Mkefa -- Reversing the hierarchy of reality and its representation: Michael MacGarry unhinges Africa's political myths / Anthea Buys -- Celebrations of the spirit of tragedy : the theatre of Brett Bailey / Anton Krueger -- Shock of recognition: Sue Williamson and South African identity / Chris Roper -- History, memory, tourism and curatorial mediations: the Hector Pieterson Museum and the representation of the story of the June 16 1976 uprisings / Ali Khangela Hlongwane.
- "Ranging from resistance to education, contemporary artists are increasingly trying to define their role in relation to economic pressure, radical socical change and rapidly changing identities. How does the local contemporary art scene respond to the worldwide dynamics of globalisation? Which social, political and cultural positions do individual artists adopt? Positions: contemporary artists in South Africa presents views of some of South Africa's most prominent artists, writers, choreographers, photographers and musicians. Produced in direct dialogue with journalists and cultural scientists from the respective art scenes, developments within today's cultural flashpoints are illuminated in interviews, portraits and essays. Throughout, the focus is on the artists' individual perspectives, not theoretical or historical concepts; with their specific approaches and different forms of expression they give insight into the pressing issues of South African society, showing how political art is positioned in the post-apartheid era."--P.  of cover.
- Artists -- South Africa. (LCSH)
- Arts -- South Africa -- 21st century. (LCSH)
- Arts -- South Africa -- 21st century -- Themes, motives. (LCSH)
- Art -- South Africa -- 21st century. (LCSH)
- Art -- South Africa -- 21st century -- Themes, motives. (LCSH)
- Art -- Political aspects -- South Africa. (LCSH)
- N7393 (LCC)
- 709.68 (DDC)
- 700.968 (DDC)
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